In this work, which is the fifth book of the Pocket Books series, which covers the basic institutions and issues of Islamic economics, the subject of value is tried to be explained in a content that can be understood by people of all levels, together with its theoretical and practical dimensions. In today's world, an economic understanding that we call capitalism, which has become global, seems to be universal and without alternatives, is dominant. Therefore, as people born into the modern world, we establish our economic relations within the limits set for us by capitalist production, consumption and distribution techniques. We think that we have no alternative but to speak the language of the dominant economic understanding and produce practice. We can attribute a suprahistorical role to these concepts by ignoring that the settlement of some concepts in the society in this created language has a historical process and context and that they continue to undergo a continuous change and transformation of meaning. This attitude makes us passive in economic relations and ties our hands in the construction of alternative economic systems. This work is part of the Pocket Books series based on the reinterpretation of basic concepts in economics. With this study, which deals with the concept of value, one of the most important concepts of economics, the meaning of a "value-free" economic thought based on unquestioning acceptance for many of us, the effect of this thought on our daily relations and the construction of a value-laden economic system beyond the current economic understanding. starting points are discussed.